Residential school memoir; A History of Noise; Scottish independence; Challenging Prostitution laws; Christopher Grosskurth

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On The Sunday Edition for June 2, 2013, with guest-host Laura Lynch:
You'll hear:

  • Chief Bev Sellars on her memoir They Called Me Number One (00:00:25)
  •  Mail on noisy restaurants, and acoustician Mike Goldsmith on Discord: The Story of Noise. (00:30:17)
  • On Dr. Henry Morgentaler (00:42:54)
  • The fight for Scottish independence; Michael Keating, University of Aberdeen (00:44:13)
  • The challenge to Canada's laws about prostitution; Alan Young of Osgoode Law School (01:03:18)
  • Tribute to CBC Radio documentary producer, the late Christopher Grosskurth (01:25:50)

(Please note that we cannot include either Bill Richardson's documentary about Barbara Pym, or Laura's conversation with Madeleine Peyroux in the podcast, because of music copyright restrictions. If you live in Canada, you can listen to those segments of this week's program online.)

 

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